When I started using SoundHack, I saw one could add an .aiff header to a non-sound file thus turning any piece of digital information into a sound file. So I tried once, got very excited and proceeded to quickly forgetting about it. In the Cycling ’74 forum someone posted a question about just that and so I thought I’d try it again.
I recently bought myself a Sound Devices 702, which I very much love! I added an .aiff header to the instruction manual PDF.
This is what 74 pages of crucial info sound like:
sound of 702 manual
I didn’t do anything to it apart from bringing down the insanely high volume. The six seconds of sound is exactly the length of the converted 74 pages.